After releasing a great Porsche 911 encased with Venezia leather, Berluti continues to explore the automobile dreamland with a new and improved Buggy. At the origins of a new, spontaneous automobile aesthetic in the 1960s – namely, beach cars – the Buggy gave the California youth the opportunity to explore the seafront sand dunes at sunset anytime they’d want. In its white version, the Buggy by Berluti offers a wonderful contrasts to the car’s printed soft top. Designed by Kris Van Assche and cut in the same fabric as the Globe-Trotter luggage to be found in the back, the car bears the same motif as the one designed for the Berluti’s collaboration with handcrafted luggage brand. A motif that brings an unprecedented sophistication to a car destined to leisure. With this project, Berluti shows their commitment to providing quality lifestyle experiences beyond the original core of their craft.